[land-grey-vee-it, -eyt]


the office, jurisdiction, or territory of a landgrave.

Origin of landgraviate

1650–60; < Medieval Latin landgraviātus. See landgrave (Medieval Latin landgravius), -ate3 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for landgraviate

Historical Examples of landgraviate

  • Charles ordered a review at Ensisheim, the official capital of the landgraviate.

    Charles the Bold

    Ruth Putnam

British Dictionary definitions for landgraviate


landgravate (ˈlændɡrəˌveɪt)


the domain or position of a landgrave or landgravine
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